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Adjudication matters – December 2019

By Stephen Radcliffe, Carly Thorpe, William Kay The blurred line between jurisdictional and substantive issues In LJH Paving Ltd v Meeres Civil Engineering Ltd [2019] EWHC 2601 (TCC) the defendant sought to resist enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision on the basis that (1) the final account dispute referred to adjudication had not crystallised because (on […]

Residential eviction webinar Q&A

By David Asker Does providing tenants with the how to rent booklet only apply to tenancies which commenced on or after 1st October 2015? The legislation suggests this, but it’s not entirely clear. However, all of the guidance suggests it is best practise to provide a how to rent booklet before you serve a section […]

Preventing squatters over Christmas

By David Asker One issue that is common for empty commercial buildings over the Christmas period is squatters. Every January we see an increase in landlords of commercial premises instructing us to evict squatters, or as we more commonly label them ‘persons unknown’. This is because squatters see empty commercial property as fair game if […]

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